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US Treasury Securities

May 5, 2021

Yield Curve

UST 2Y YTM:
0.16% (no change)
UST 5Y YTM:
0.82% (2 bp down)
UST 10Y YTM:
1.61% (2 bp down)
UST 30Y YTM:
2.27% (3 bp down)


On Tuesday, US Treasury yileds kept falling even as the nation’s economy is showing signs of recovery and rising inflation. The yields reduced some losses after Janet Yellen said interest rates may need to “rise somewhat” to keep the economy from overheating.

Kathy Jones, chief fixed income strategist at Charles Schwab: “I think part of it is just a risk-off move. The tech market is selling off and so what you see is a bit of a bid in the bond market, and the long-end of the market, which is pretty typical of risk-off environments.”

Index Name — UST 10Y YTM
Company — USA
  • Full name
    United States Department of the Treasury
  • Registration country
    USA